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THE MICHIGAN DAILY s TUAY. OCTOBER 5, 1941

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

tee: Professors J. W. Bradshaw, G. E.
Densmore, S. D. Dodge, L. L. Watkins,
G. R. LaRue, Chairman).
a. For the Executive Committee, a
panel of six persons to be elected by
the Faculty to be submitted to Presi-
dent Ruthven,.who will appoint frgin
the panel:
Two members to serve for three
years to succeed Professors W. F.
Hunt and W. G. Rice, whose terms
of office expired September 30, 1941.
b. For the Library Committee, two
persons to be elected:
(1) One to suceed Associate Profes-
sor C. F. Meyer as a representative
of Group II, to serve for three years.
(2) One to succeed Associate Pro-
Fessor Paul Mueschke as a represen-
tative at large, to serve for three
years.
4. Consideration of the reports
submitted with the call to the meet-
ing.
a. Executive Committee, prepared
by Professor I. L. Sharfman.
b. Executive Board of the Gradu-
ate School, prepared by Professor E.
F. Barker.
c. Deans' Conference, prepared by
Dean E. H. Kraus.
d. Administrative Board, by Assist-
ant Dean E. A. Walter.
e. Academic Counselors, prepared
by Assistant Professor Arthur Van
Duren.
Since the last meeting of the Fac-
ulty there have been no meetings rof
the University Council or the Senate
Advisory Committee on University
Affairs.
5. Oral Reports.
a. Enrollment, by Assistant Regis-
trar R. L. Williams.
b. Admissions with Advanced
Standing, by Assistant Professor C.
M. Davis.
c. Summer Session, by Director L.
A. Hopkins.
d. Teacher Training, by Professor
Hayward Keniston.
e. High School Visitors, by Asso-
ciate Professor H. M. Dorr.
4. The Evaluation of Faculty Serv-
ices, by Professor R. C. Angell.
6. Centennial Celebration of the
College, Professor R. A. Sawyer.
7.iNew Business.
8. Announcements.

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cause of plagiarism i the written
work of a course in Sociology.
Four students were recorded with
grades of E in an Economics course
because of plagiarism, in the written
work of that course.,
A student was recorded with a
grade of E in a Physics course be-
cause of dishonesty in writing a
make-up examination fQr the mid-
semester examination of that course.
A student was recorded with an E
grade- in a Philosophy course, and
was suspended indefinitely from this
College, because of dishonesty in the
writing of the final examination in
the course.
Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-

ence, and the Arts: Attendance re-
port cards are being distributed
through the departmental offices. In-
structors are requested to report ab-
sences of sophomores, juniors, and
seniors to 1220 Angell HaU, on the
buff cards which are now being dis-
tributed to departmental secretaries.
Green cards are being provided for
reporting freshman absences. Ail
freshman attendance reports should
be made on the green cards and sent
directly to the office of the Academ-
ic Counselors. J08 Mason Hall.
Please note especially the regu-
lations concerning three-week ab-
sences. and the time limits for drop-
ping courses. The rules relating to
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UAW Hiring Plan
May Be Expanded
DETROIT. Oct. 4. --UP)-The
United Automobile Workers 1CIO
pressed efforts today to expand its
defense-jobs hiring agreement with
General Motors Corporation to all
other producers in the automobile in-
dustry.
President R. J. Thomas, calling
priorities unemployment "the most
serious problem faced by the unions
in years," announced that represen-
tatives of m nagement, labor and the
Office of production Management
would meet here Monday on the mat-
ter.
The union-General Motors plan
provides for the protection of auto-
mobile workers' seniority in the trans-
fer from normal to defense produc-
tion and their return to regular ac-
tivity-after the end of the emergency.

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Students, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Election cards
filed after the end of, the first week
of the semester may be accepted by
the Registrar's Office only if they
are approved by Assistant Dean Wal-
ter. Students who fail to file their
selection blanks by the close of the
third week, even though they have
registered and have attended classes
unofficially, will forfeit their privi-
lege of continuing in the College for
the semester. If such students have
paid any ,tuition fees, Assistant Dean
Walter will issue a withdrawal card
for them.
E. A. Walter, Assistant Dean
Actions of the Administrative
Board College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts: A student was recorded
with a grade of E in an English course
because of dishonesty in the prepara-
tion of the term paper of the course.
A student was placed on probation
for the balance of the second sem-
ester from June 4, 1941, and for the
first semester of the year 1941-42, be-
Prof. Price To Give
Recital Of Classics
The classic melodies of Schumann
and Brahms will ring out on the
carillon bells tonight as Prof. Percival
Price gives his third recital of the
season, at 7:15 p.m.
Prof. Price opened this series of
recitals a week ago with a mixed pro-
gram of student songs, hymns, and
other compositions. Last Thursday
he played Flemish, English, and
American folk songs.
For. tonight's recital, three pieces
by Robert Schumann and four by
Johannes Brahms are scheduled.
Graduate Outing Group
Will OpenSeason Today
The first meeting of the Graduate
Outing Club will be held at 2:30 this
afternoon at the rear northwest door
of the Rackham building.
A program of hiking football, and
an outdoors supper is planned, if the
weather permits. All graduate stu-
dents, faculty, and alumni are invited
to attend-the outing.
The club plans to continue meeting
every Sunday afternoon throughout
the school year.
New Opening
for
Catering Service
When you're hungry phone
4761 for Free Delivery
at 40c up.
Hamburg 10c

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